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  • Posted April 29, 2011

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    Exciting, unique mystery by an author who makes it look easy ...

    The setting is New Orleans in the weeks before the Saints victory in the SuperBowl, when Scotty Bradley and his private investigator partners (and live-in boyfriends) Colin and Frank investigate the murder of a self-promoting former beauty queen, best remembered for her homphobic rant against gay marriage during a pageant. Since she was dating Scotty's cousin, Jared, a Saints bench warmer, and the murder weapon (which was in Jared's possession) is a gun owned by Scotty's hippie, bigot-hating mother, this is more than just another case, but a family matter. As the investigation yields unexpected background information on several individuals, as well as a second, seemingly-unrelated victim shot with the same gun, Scotty becomes involved in a confusing and dangerous world of blackmail, sex tapes, hired killers and mental illness.

    As usual, Herren assembles a riveting, well-written mystery with realistic situations, fully developed and diverse characters (including the return of my favorites, the "Ninja Lesbians"), in a story with multiple "red herrings" for those who like to play along. He also somehow manages to wrap it all up in a backstory that celebrates the unique spirit and vitality of his native New Orleans, and teaches a strong lesson about religious bigots and intolerence. Can't get better than that. Five stars out of five!

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